Leadership Transitions

Michigan Technological University announces the appointment of Wallace Southerland III as Special Assistant to the President and Laura Bulleit as Interim Dean of Students. Both appointments were effective yesterday (March 20).

As special assistant to the president, Southerland will help articulate student success strategies for Michigan Tech’s Global Campus and recommend special considerations.

Bulleit steps into her new role after serving nearly 10 years as Michigan Tech’s associate dean of students, and will work closely with Kellie Raffaelli, associate dean for student engagement. Bulleit most recently held the position of associate dean of student development, where she oversaw the Office of Academic and Community Conduct and the Center for Student Mental Health and Well-being. Bulleit holds a Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Civil Engineering from Michigan Tech. Both she and Raffaelli look forward to ensuring student success through the close of the 2022-23 academic year and into the summer terms.

President Rick Koubek welcomed Bulleit into her interim position. “Laura brings a wealth of experience to this role,” said Koubek. “Her experience with Students Affairs and her passion for student success will allow this important campus unit to continue to provide the highest level of service to our student body and the University at large.”

Changes to Remote Access for Campus Systems

Information Technology continually looks at ways to reduce risks that cyber threats pose to campus resources. To improve security, we will be making a change to the way on-campus systems are remotely accessed from off campus.

Remote access protocols like Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol have required the use of the F5 Virtual Private Network (VPN) since 2011. On May 3, we will be adding Unix-based Secure Shell (SSH) to the list of remote access protocols that require the use of the VPN. After this change, you will first need to connect to the campus VPN server before being able to use these tools to remotely connect to an on-campus resource from off campus.

Other remote access services such as VNC, Teamviewer, etc., will be completely blocked from off campus.

If you have concerns on how changes to remote access will affect your academic or research-related work, we can help. Contact IT at it-help@mtu.edu or call 7-1111.

University Senate Meeting on Wednesday

The University Senate will convene Meeting 685 at 5:30 p.m. tomorrow (March 22) in Dow 642.

Those within the University community unable to attend in person have the option to attend via Zoom. Please note: You will need to log in to your MTU Zoom account to join the virtual meeting.

Senators are responsible for making their constituents aware of the agenda for this meeting. Senators who are unable to attend should arrange for their alternates to attend in their place.

View the agenda to Meeting 685.

Retirement Party for Tom Merz

Please join the College of Business (COB) as we gather to celebrate the retirement of Thomas Merz, professor of economics, on April 21 in the Great Lake Research Center, GLRC 202.

Merz's 42-year career at Michigan Tech began in 1980, a decade during which he served as associate dean of the College. His passion for visiting new countries, serving the community (including as mayor of Houghton from ’96 to ’06), and sharing wisdom and experiences with Huskies is irreplaceable. We know we speak on behalf of the thousands of former students who have come through Merz's extraordinarily popular Game Theory class when we say these halls simply won’t be the same without him. 

Stop by the reception for hors d'oeuvres and dessert from 5-6:30 p.m. A celebration program will begin at 5:30 p.m. 

RSVP to Laura Shawhan at lshawhan@mtu.edu or 906-487-2964. Please be sure to include whether any guests will accompany you. We hope to see you there!

This Week's C3 Luncheon

Menu for Thursday (March 23):

  • Chile Verde Chicken (Gluten Friendly)
  • Southwest Sweet Potatoes (Vegan)
  • Red Rice (Gluten Friendly, Vegan)
  • Borracho Beans with Chorizo (Gluten Friendly, Vegan)
  • Southwest Chopped Salad (Vegan)

Dining Services presents this week's C3 Luncheon, being held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in the Memorial Union Alumni Lounge (MUB 107). All faculty and staff, along with their guests, are invited.

The C3 lunch buffet menus are created and prepared by executive chef Michael Landini and his culinary team. As the name suggests, the meals are meant to foster conversation, community and collegiality. Attendees may bring their lunch instead of purchasing the buffet. Fruit-infused water, coffee, tea, cookies and fruit are available free to all attendees.

The buffet lunch is $12 per person. Cash, credit cards and gift cards are accepted. Gift cards can be purchased in the Memorial Union office (MUB 101). You can submit C3 feedback using our Google form. To join the C3 Google group and receive weekly menus, email business-support@mtu.edu.

Figure Skating Club Performing Saturday

The Figure Skating Club of Michigan Tech is delighted to announce they are participating in the Copper Country Skating Academy’s spring show, "World Tour," on Saturday (March 25) at 7 p.m. in the John J. MacInnes Student Ice Arena.

Club members are performing a group number, two duets and a solo by graduating senior Kendra Lachcik. The show will also feature skaters from our community, guests from the L’Anse Baraga Figure Skating Club and guest skater Peyton Johnson.

"World Tour" will feature music from around the world. It is guaranteed to be an entertaining show filled with jumps, spins and lots of smiling skaters.

Tickets are available from any CCSA member or at the door. Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students or seniors. Children under 5 are admitted free.

This Week at the Rozsa

Snowsports Artist Reception — Friday, March 24, 5 p.m.
Rozsa Art Galleries
Presented by Michigan Tech Art

Join Department of Visual and Performing Arts faculty and staff artists for the Snowsports Artist Reception on Friday (March 24) from 5-7 p.m. Learn more.

What to Expect:
Enjoy refreshments. Meet the artists in a relaxed environment. See spectacular art.

The gallery will be open from Wednesday (March 22) through April 29.

A-Space Gallery Hours:
Monday-Friday: 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. | Saturday: 1-8 p.m.
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Don K Jazz Festival featuring Rex Richardson — Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25, 7:30 p.m.
Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts
Presented by Michigan Tech Music
Performed by Michigan Tech Jazz

The Annual Don K Jazz Festival pays tribute to the originator of the Michigan Tech Jazz Studies Program. Learn more.

Here's this year's lineup:

  • Friday Program — Join the Michigan Tech Jazz Program for an evening of jazz music featuring the New Orleans sounds of the Workshop Big Band; music from video games by the Video Game Jazz Ensemble; and big band tunes by Count Basie, Toshiko Akiyoshi, Duke Ellington, Dean Martin, Alan Baylock and Tech Director of Jazz Studies Adam Meckler played by the R&D Jazz Band.
    • Please join us at the Orpheum Theater following the show for an after-hours jazz jam session open to anyone interested in sitting in to play some tunes!

  • Saturday Program — The night will begin with the sounds of New Orleans compliments of the Workshop Big Band. Michigan Tech's premier jazz ensemble, the Jazz Lab Band, will be joined by internationally known trumpet soloist Rex Richardson for an evening of music featuring virtuoso trumpet sounds.
    • Named "one of the finest virtuosos of our time" by the Brass Herald, Richardson has toured all over the world as a trumpet soloist both in the classical and jazz genres. He's toured with jazz legends like Joe Henderson, and has premiered new classical trumpet works with orchestras all over the world. You don't want to miss watching him play jazz on the piccolo trumpet!
    • The Jazz Lab Band will perform two of Richardson's original works, with one arranged by Meckler. They'll also perform a range of music by Fred Sturm, Dave Holland, Lionel Hampton, Billie Holliday and others.

Get your tickets at 906-487-1906 or at the Rozsa Box Office from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday through Friday.

Students, bring your HuskyCard to use your student tickets or tap in for Student Rush.

Ricardo Eiris, Josiane Isingizwe Receive Best Paper Award

Ricardo Eiris (CEGE) and Ph.D. student Josiane Isingizwe (civil engineering) have been awarded the Best Paper Award for the Associated Schools of Construction (ASC) Conference Proceedings for papers published in 2023.

They received the award for a paper titled “Where Do Minority Serving Institutions Stand Today in U.S. Construction Education?”

The paper will be presented at the 59th Annual ASC International Conference in Liverpool, U.K., on April 3-5. Eiris and Isingizwe's achievement will be celebrated during the award presentation.

Congratulations to the GSG Merit Awards 2023 Winners

This year's awardees for the Graduate Student Government (GSG) Merit Awards have been decided. A total of 54 submissions for 24 nominations were received from departments all across campus. The decision process was not an easy one, as there was a very strong pool of nominations this year. We are very grateful to all of our nominees for all of the work they put in to improve and enrich the life of our graduate students.

Without further ado, here are the award winners:

Exceptional Staff Member — Kathleen Burke (Math)
Exceptional Graduate Mentor — Robert Schneider (Math)
Exceptional Student Leader — Apurva Baruah
Exceptional Student Scholar — Peifeng Su

Congratulations to our winners and thank you for all you have done for our graduate students!

MS Defense: Madelyn Veurink, ECE

M.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering candidate Madelyn Veurink will present their master's defense on Friday (March 24) at 2 p.m. in person in MEEM 1021 and virtually via Zoom.

The title of Veurink's defense is "Implementation and Optimization of Multi-Resonance and Phase Control of the Electrical Power Take-off on a WEC Array for Improved Performance."

Veurink is advised by Wayne Weaver.

'Local Focus, Global Impact' Workshop on Energy Storage, Research Potential in Grand Traverse Region

Electricity storage, renewable power, the potential of solar and the challenges of electrification in cold climates are up for community discussion as Michigan Technological University researchers lead a workshop to help determine the future of energy research in Michigan's Grand Traverse Region.

The "Local Focus, Global Impact: The Potential for Electricity Storage, Renewable Power, and Energy Transition Research in the Grand Traverse Region" workshop is being held today (March 21) from 1-5 p.m.
at the Traverse Connect Building, 202 East Grandview Parkway, Traverse City, Michigan, and virtually via Zoom.

Talks will highlight potential projects and initiatives that are strong candidates for Michigan Tech’s Traverse City Research Center (TCRC), launched in October 2021 in conjunction with regional leaders. Several of the options to be discussed originated in the University’s Keweenaw Energy Transition Lab (KETL), where faculty, students and alumni collaborate with communities and the energy industry to advance research that will result in accessible, affordable and sustainable energy for communities around the world.

The Local Focus, Global Impact workshop will engage community and industry leaders in a thoughtful and forward-looking conversation.

The preliminary agenda includes:

  • Session 1 — 1-1:50 p.m.
    • Welcome and Opening Remarks — Jay Meldrum, Executive Director, TCRC, and Roman Sidortsov, KETL
    • Geothermal and Solar Power Research — Jay Meldrum, Executive Director, TCRC
    • Energy Transition(ing) in Cold Climates – Challenges and Opportunities for Electrification – Ana Dyreson, KETL
    • Growing (and) Solar: AgriVoltaics for Michigan and the World – Alexis Pascaris, AgriSolar Consulting LLC
    • Q&A

  • Keynote — 2-2:30 p.m.
    • Brandie Ekren, Executive Director, Traverse City Light & Power

  • Session 2 — 2:40-3:50 p.m.
    • Liabilities into Assets: Designing Pumped Underground Storage Hydro (PUSH) with and for Communities — Timothy Scarlett, KETL
    • Reduce, Reuse, Repurpose: The Economics of PUSH — Shardul Tiwari, KETL
    • PUSHing for Experiential Education: Alternative Energy Enterprise Team — AEE students (to be confirmed)
    • Swedes Like their Mines, Too: International Lessons for a Local Energy Transition — Roman Sidortsov, KETL
    • Q&A

  • Session 3 — 4-5 p.m. 
    • Workshop: opportunities, ideas, and priorities for energy research at the TCRC

Hockey Earns At-Large Bid to NCAA Tournament

Michigan Tech hockey has earned an at-large bid to the NCAA Division I Hockey Tournament for the second straight year.

The Huskies will open against Penn State on Friday (March 24) at the PPL Center in Allentown, Pennsylvania. The Huskies are the overall No. 10 seed and the Nittany Lions are the No. 8. The puck will drop at 5 p.m.

Tech is 24-10-4 overall and will appear in the NCAA Tournament for the 15th time and the third under CCHA Coach of the Year Joe Shawhan. Shawhan joins John MacInnes as the only coaches in program history to have taken the Huskies to three NCAA Tournaments.

Penn State is 21-15-1 overall and went 10-0 against nonconference opponents. The Nittany Lions are the host of the regional and are making their fifth NCAA Tournament appearance in only their 11th season.

Read more and view the brackets at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Women's Tennis Sinks Lakers

Michigan Tech women's tennis started GLIAC play with a 6-1 win over Lake Superior State on Sunday (March 19) at Gates Tennis Center. The Huskies improved to 4-4 (1-0 GLIAC) and are 1-1 at home.

Tech swept doubles, with Dominika Bobik and Grace Eland dominating at No. 1. Emily Cojocaru and Lauren Opalewski stayed undefeated together at No. 2, and Ewa Podulka and Neva Manas improved to 4-2 at No. 3 with a tiebreak win.

Bobik, Eland, Manas, Cojocaru and Marina Fernandez were all victorious in singles for MTU. The Huskies’ only loss in singles came at No. 3, where Podulka was edged 6-3, 7-6(6). 

See all the scores at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Men's Tennis Edged by Lakers in Final-Set Tiebreaker

Michigan Tech men's tennis fought to the final singles tiebreaker, but fell 4-3 to Lake Superior State on Sunday (March 19) at Gates Tennis Center   in the opening match of GLIAC play.

The match came down to No. 6 singles, where MTU lost the final point, dropping the Huskies to 0-9.

"This was a tough loss," said head coach Kristin D'Agostini-Yep. "We were right there until the very end and it could have gone either way. I was happy with our effort."

The Lakers took the team doubles point. In singles, Leon Sell, Nikolai Prosjanykov and Eli Pinnoo defeated their opponents, while Vitor Jordao and Adam Fenjiro fell to LSSU. In the deciding singles match, Ricardo Nunez lost in a third-set tiebreaker.

See all the scores at the Michigan Tech Athletics website.

Job Postings

Job Postings for Tuesday, March 21, 2023

Staff and faculty job descriptions are available on the Human Resources website. For more information regarding staff positions, call 487-2280 or email humanresources@mtu.edu. For more information regarding faculty positions, contact the academic department in which the position is posted.

Director/Head Coach – Esports, Athletics. Apply online.

Food Service Helper (nine months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23068, #23069, Dining Services (AFSCME posting dates March 21 to March 27, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal AFSCME applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal AFSCME posting dates). Apply online.

Administrative Aide 7 (12 months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23070, Financial Services and Operations (UAW posting dates March 21 to March 27, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal UAW applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal UAW posting dates). Apply online.

Senior Financial Aid Manager, Financial Aid. Apply online.

Office Assistant 5 (12 months/ 40 hours/ first shift) #23002RP, Merchandising Operations (UAW posting dates March 21 to March 27, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal UAW applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal UAW posting dates). Apply online.

Research Scientist, Physics. Apply online.

Research Associate, Biological Sciences. Apply online.

Director – Pre-Health Program, College of Sciences and Arts. Apply online.

Junior Analytical Chemist, Chemical Engineering. Apply online.

Research Scientist, Biological Sciences. Apply online.

Research Coordinator, Institute of Computing and Cybersystems. Apply online.

Administrative Aide 8, Electrical and Computer Engineering (UAW posting dates March 21 to March 27, 2023 — external applicants are encouraged to apply; however, internal UAW applicants are given first consideration if they apply during the internal UAW posting dates). Apply online.

Michigan Technological University is an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution/Equal Opportunity Employer that provides equal opportunity for all, including protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.

Accommodations are available. If you require any auxiliary aids, services, or other accommodations to apply for employment, or for an interview, at Michigan Technological University, please notify the Human Resources office at 906-487-2280 or humanresources@mtu.edu.

In Print

Adam Wellstead (SS) is a co-author of a paper published in Policy Sciences.

The paper is titled "Devil in the details? Policy settings and calibrations of national excellence-centers."

Wellstead co-authored the paper with Anat Gofen and Noa Tal of Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

New Funding

Sangyoon Han (BioMed/HRI) is the principal investigator (PI) on a project that has received a $449,834 research and development grant from the National Institutes of Health.

The project is titled "Informational flow from mechanosensing to signaling for extracellular matrix stiffness sensing."

Yeonwoo Rho (MSE/HRI) is the co-PI on this potential three-year project.

In the News

Louisiana State University mentioned Michigan Tech in a story about research supporting the construction of new tidal marshes to combat coastal land loss. Jill Olin (BioSci/GLRC) collaborated on the research study.


Tom Oliver (CSEO) and Cassy Tefft de Muñoz (CEO) were quoted by the Daily Mining Gazette and Mining Journal in stories covering the return of the Western Upper Peninsula STEM Fair & Festival after a two-year break due to the pandemic. The event was held at the Memorial Union Building last Thursday (March 16).


Dennis Livesay (CC) was quoted by the Daily Mining Gazette in a story about the inaugural Superior MakerFest held at Houghton High School on Saturday (March 18). Livesay displayed some of his detailed LEGO creations at the event.


The University of Wisconsin-Madison mentioned Michigan Tech in an announcement reporting that the U.S. Department of Energy has renewed funding for the Great Lakes Bioenergy Research Center for the next five years. Tech is one of the GLBRC’s partner universities.


ESPN, Yahoo! Sports, College Hockey News, MLive, the Detroit Free Press, WLUC TV6 and the Keweenaw Report covered Michigan Tech being awarded an at-large spot in the NCAA Tournament bracket. The Huskies will face Penn State on Friday (March 24) at 5 p.m. in Allentown, Pennsylvania.


The Mining Journal ran a story on Michigan Tech hockey’s Joe Shawhan and Blake Pietila being named the CCHA’s coach and player of the year, respectively.


Ag Update profiled 2023 Wisconsin Outstanding Young Farmer award winners Melissa ’05 (B.S. Mathematics) and Travis Marti ’06 (B.S. Mechanical Engineering) in a story about how their STEM skills have helped them make their dairy and farming business near Vesper, Wisconsin, a success.


Stories covering the University of Minnesota’s hiring of Dawn Plitzuweit ’95 (B.S., biological sciences) were published by more than 120 news outlets across the U.S., including ESPN, ABC News, the Athletic, the Associated Press and the Detroit News. Plitzuweit (née Zarling) was a standout student-athlete in women’s basketball at Michigan Tech and is a member of MTU’s Sports Hall of Fame and Varsity Club.


Book Donations Sought for Quiz Bowl Club

The Quiz Bowl Club at Michigan Tech is in need of gently used, good-quality books to give as prizes at the end of events! It is a much-beloved tradition at quiz bowl tournaments that the top-scoring individuals and winning teams receive books as a prize at the end of the day.

Quiz Bowl puts on two high school tournaments per year for the regional high schools (you can see more about past tournaments hosted at Michigan Tech). In addition, the club hosts or competes in several collegiate tournaments each year, and puts on general trivia events for campus.

Preferred subjects include recent popular fiction, classic literature, science, history, poetry, art, nonfiction and biography. If you have books in good condition that you would like to donate, or any questions, please contact QB club advisor Liz Fujita at liz@mtu.edu or 7-1161.


Call for Information on Civic Engagement Activities

In planning for the 2023 Global and Community Engagement Conference, which will be held Oct. 14 sponsored by the Pavlis Honors College, members of the planning committee are building a database of campus professionals who work directly with or support students who are doing some form of civic engagement, whether through coursework or broader involvement. If you do this work, please let us know a bit about what you are doing and who else is involved in our brief Civic Engagement Questionnaire form.

Also, please let us know in the form if you would like to be kept in the loop for opportunities to be involved in the fall conference as we recognize past work and strengthen partnerships in this area.


Physics Colloquium with Tiffany Lewis

Tiffany Lewis from the Goodard Space Flight Center will be presenting at a special Physics Colloquium.

The seminar will be presented in person at 11 a.m. today (March 21) in Fisher 138.

Lewis’ presentation is titled “Building Blocks for Blazars.”

Read the abstract on the University Events Calendar.


Study Abroad in Cumbria Deadline Extended

The deadline for the 2023 Summer Track B Cumbria Study Abroad program has been extended! Join us in this four-week, six-credit program (July 16 to Aug. 12) for an amazing opportunity to explore England's northwestern borderlands, including ancient stone circles, Roman forts and Medieval castles and cathedrals, all while taking in contemporary English and Scottish culture!

Simply fill out the Study Away/Study Abroad 2023 Application Form to get started. Your $500 deposit (applied toward the program fee) will be due April 1.

Our last info session for the program will be held tonight (March 21) at 6 p.m. in the Academic Office Building, AOB 201. You can also contact Dan Trepal at djtrepal@mtu.edu with any questions regarding the program.

Don't wait — apply today!


'Be Brave with Brandon Tatum'

Turning Point USA at Michigan Technological University invites everyone, including community members, to "Be Brave with Brandon Tatum" tonight (March 21) at 7 p.m. in Fisher 135.

Tatum was an All-American high school football player out of Fort Worth, Texas. He played in the U.S. Army All-American Game, which showcases the top 78 high school football players in the nation, and played for the University of Arizona for five years on a full athletic scholarship. Though he entered the NFL Draft in 2010, God had other plans for Tatum, and one year later he joined the Tucson Police Department (TPD). He is now a seven-year veteran of the TPD, and has been a SWAT operator, field training officer, general instructor and a public information officer.

Tatum is also the co-founder of Blexit, a nonprofit organization dedicated to the advancement of the youth of urban and minority communities. He is the founder of TatumReport, host of “The Officer Tatum Show,” and CEO of three companies. He has become one of the most prolific speakers and exciting personalities on social media, producing a Facebook video that received over 70 million views. Tatum has a tremendous following of over 3 million people spread across various social media platforms.

Tatum holds a bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of Arizona and is actively working on his master’s in business leadership from Grand Canyon University.

Please join us to hear from Tatum how to be brave in today’s culture.

Today's Campus Events

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Matt Beane: "How AI Technology Affects the Future of Work"

The Institute for Policy, Ethics, and Culture is presenting "Work in Transition," a speaker series exploring the future of work in partnership with the Portage Lake District...


Art Competition

Students can submit art to be displayed in the Library. Art will be voted on and prizes will be awarded to the highest voted art pieces. Student can submit their art...


Physics Colloquium - Dr. Tiffany Lewis

Tiffany Lewis from the Goodard Space Flight Center will be presenting at a special Physics Colloquium. Please join the in-person presentation at 11 a.m. Tuesday (March 21) in...


Volunteer Income Tax Assistance by Appointment

The College of Business is pleased to again offer Volunteer Income Tax Assistance. Accounting majors will provide free income tax preparation assistance for students and...


Safe and Inclusive Off-campus / Fieldwork Research Project Planning

This virtual session of the VPR Research Series will briefly outline the new Michigan Tech requirements that all submissions proposing off-campus or “fieldwork" research...


Classroom Lecture: CS Faculty Candidate Stella Otoo

Department of Computer Science faculty candidate Stella Otoo, New Mexico State University, will present a classroom lecture on Tuesday, March 21, at 1 p.m., virtually via...


Safe Place Training

Faculty, staff, and graduate students are invited to sign up for the Michigan Tech Safe Place Program. Structured as four steps, the training takes approximately four hours...


Why Pronouns Matter: Fostering Inclusion In and Out Of The Classroom

Why Pronouns Matter: Fostering Inclusion In and Out Of The Classroom There needs to be more clarity around the importance of pronoun usage in the classroom and higher...


Software Carpentry Workshop in R

Michigan Tech will host a “Software Carpentry Workshop in R” from March 20 to March 24, 2023, each day from 3-5:30 p.m. ET. The virtual workshop is open to and free for...


Adult Huskies Swim Lessons Spring 2023 Session 3

Adult Huskies Swim Lessons provides aquatic education for the beginner to the intermediate swimmer who is looking to become more comfortable in the water and learn the...


Adult Huskies Swim Training Spring 2023 Session 3

Adult Huskies Swim Training provides additional attention and competitive guidance to swimmers ages 18 and older who are looking to improve their swimming skills and fitness...


Printing and Matting Workshop

In preparation for the humanities media student showcase, Tom Adolphs will be hosting a printing and matting workshop for student participants to receive guidance on proper...


Engineers Without Borders General Meeting

Engineers Without Borders General Meeting


SAE Aero Design Bi-Weekly Meetings

SAE Aero Design aims to offer valuable experience to Michigan Tech students of all majors interested in an extracurricular engineering & design opportunity. Come join our...


Spring FLARE

Sustainable Futures Association & Keweenaw Pride are happy to announce Spring FLARE! Spring FLARE (Festival of Love, Arts, Radiance, and Empowerment) is a celebration of the...


Sustainable Futures Association at MTU & Keweenaw Pride Present: The Spring FLARE



BE BRAVE with Brandon Tatum

Join TPUSA at MTU to hear Brandon Tatum speak about how to BE BRAVE in today's culture war. WHO IS BRANDON TATUM? Brandon Tatum, a former Tucson Police Officer, co-founder...